The logic group is part of the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science at the University of Gothenburg.
Our group has a broad expertise in mathematical, philosophical and computational logic. We organise a bi-weekly research seminar, the annual Lindström Lectures and various other logic-themed events. Group members also teach in the Master in Logic programme.
We are one of the member groups of the Scandinavian Logic Society which organises a number of events promoting logic in the Nordic regions.
My expertise is in proof theory and its application to computational logic. I am particularly interested in expressibility, complexity, and deductive strength in fixed point logics. Other topics that I have worked on and/or are currently pursuing include relative computability, reverse mathematics, ordinal analysis, computational content of proofs, automata theory and games.
My research interests lie close to logic, philosophy, and linguistics. In particular, I have been working on the metamathematics of arithmetic, philosophy of mathematics, formal semantics and probabilistic semantics for natural language.
I am a mathematical logician, with a strong interest in the metamathematics of foundational axiomatic systems. My research work is focused on the model theory of arithmetic, the model theory of set theory, and axiomatic theories of truth.
Early research on models of arithmetic including compositional theories of truth and transplendent models. Later, focus shifted towards Dependence logic and generalized quantifiers as well as the characterization of logical constants. Also interested in the cognitive aspects of logical reasoning.
My background is in philosophical logic, with a focus on formal systems for trial-and-error processes. Recently, my research interests have shifted somewhat towards argumentation theory and (logical) philosophy of language. In particular the application of foundational theories in philosophical semantics and pragmatics to practically useful argumentation analysis.
My research interests sit at the interface between the fields of mathematical, philosophical and computational logic. In particular, formal theories of truth, non-classical and modal logics, computational content of theories, and notions of provability.
I am a philosopher of mathematics interested in arithmetical concepts. I study the concept of natural number, but also adjacent concepts such as “arithmetic function”, “recursive function”, “computation”, “computability”, “encoding”, “equality”, “identity”, or “infinity”.
Giacomo Barlucchi – PhD student
Tjeerd Fokkens – PhD student
Mattias Granberg Olsson – PhD student
Dominik Wehr – PhD student